Application Due Date: March 31,2020
The Spanish National Cancer Research Study Centre (CNIO) reveals as much as 7 jobs for undergraduate trainees to operate in a laboratory at the CNIO over the summertime.
The program ranges from June, 22 to August 14, 2020, and is open to undergraduate trainees of any citizenship who have actually passed a minimum of 2/3 of the overall credit points (courses or tests) needed for a Life Sciences or Biomedicine-related bachelor’s degree (e.g. Biology, Biomedicine, Biochemistry, Pharmacology, Bioinformatics).
Each trainee will be matched with a particular lab based upon the trainee’s interest and background. The trainee will be working under the guidance of the group/unit leader or a member of the research study group. The individuals will go to a series of workshops provided by professor and scientists from the CNIO. Trainees will be needed to provide the outcomes of their summertime tasks at the end of the program.
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS1- You should have passed a minimum of 2/3 of the overall credit points (courses orexams) needed for a Life Sciences or Biomedicine-related undergraduatedegree (in any nation).2- You should preserve your undergraduate trainee status throughout thewhole summertime program (June 22 to August 14, 2020).3- You should have an exceptional scholastic record with a Grade Point Average( GPA) above 0.75(with your GPA as the numerator and the greatest possibleGPA as the denominator).4- You should have a great understanding of English.5- You should be readily available from June 22 to August 14 (8 weeks) to go to thetraining program. If you can not be at the CNIO throughout this duration, youwill not be qualified for the program.
The CNIO will cover the trainee’s travel expenditures: one return ticket from thestudent’s home town to Madrid.
Throughout the summertime training program, the CNIO will support breakfasts andlunches at the centre’s snack bar.
Trainees will be covered by an individual mishap insurance coverage throughout their stay atthe CNIO.
People from nations not releasing the EHC will get a personal health insuranceand a repatriation insurance coverage, other than those who are currently covered by a validhealth insurance coverage throughout the entire summertime stay.
Involvement in this program does not suggest any type of legal agreementbetween the chosen prospects and the CNIO.
Travel expenditures and meals at the CNIO snack bar will be covered for summertime training program trainees throughout their remain at the centre. In addition, trainees without public health support advantages in Spain will be covered with a personal medical insurance offered by the CNIO for the exact same time period (8 weeks).
Fellowships will be granted on a competitive basis considering the trainee’s scholastic record and letter of inspiration.
APPLICATION PROCEDUREOnly shortlisted prospects will be asked to send out the following files bye-mail to [email protected]:.
2 recommendation letters.
Copy of a main Records of Records, Academic Records orCertification, mentioning the variety of credits passed.
Copy of the National Identity Card or Passport.
Evidence of having a legitimate medical insurance, whether public or personal, duringthe entire summertime stay. People from nations releasing the EuropeanHealth Card (EHC), consisting of Spanish nationals, should provide thisdocumentation.
For more details: Check Out the Authorities Web Page of the CNIO Summertime Lab Training Program 2020.